The iPod changed forever the way we reproduce and listen to music since it was introduced in 2001. The iPod means a lot to Apple, marked the path of success of the company, and provided 50% of their income.
Now it has come the era of tablets and smartphones the golden age of iPod has come to an end. Be that as it may, there are still many users who use the iPod Touch in their day to day.
Sometimes the device shows some errors ... If you have a problem with your iPod Touch, these tips will come in handy.
Restart iPod Touch
Sometimes the applications are blocked, the system slows down and various problems related to the software arise. If so, you can reboot your device by holding down the button on / off switch located on the top of the device for at least 10 seconds.
Restart your iPod Touch settings
If the above solution did not help you, you can try resetting the iPod Touch settings and preferences. To do this, go to Settings> General> Reset and resets all settings.
To get into safe mode with your iPod Touch you'll need iTunes. Turn off your device, connect it to your PC / Mac via USB, and again hold the button on the iPod Touch for 10 seconds until you hear a sound. You will know that you have entered the safe mode because the screen will be black.
With these little tricks you can fix any problems that occur within the software on your iPod Touch. Wipe out data, correct system errors, etc. We hope that the tutorial has helped you and, as always, we invite you to participate in the comments section if you have any question or doubt.